Hacked, Hacked and Yack the Hack
I am enraged and that doesn't happen all that often
Rage is an odd emotion
I feel like I am overflowing my boundaries
onto the pavement beneath my feet.
So this is the story.
For years, my primary email account was at Yahoo
Then sometime in January, it was hacked.
I changes my password like a good Yahoo account holder and thought I was done
Not on your life
Four, count them, four hacks later,
I closed my account
Lost all my poetry notifications
Lost all my emails from and to students
I am slowly finding you all again.
Leave a comment so I can trail back to your site--
And bear with me a bit
That stinks! Keep on writing...even in rage.ReplyDelete
Will do--and thank you for your comment--will follow it back to your blog!Delete
ugh that stinks....ReplyDelete
i cant stank hackers and spammers....
like they have nothing better to do...
i hope that this is all behind you soon...
Thank you Brian--me too! I think it will just take time to find everyone again--I had found you again though!!Delete
Bummer! And I do not mean that lightly. I am really sorry Audrey - and I hope that you can get all back that you lost.ReplyDelete
I so relate to your frustration, Audrey. A cloud of TECHNO-BAD-LUCK-KARMA hovers in my blogsphere, also. (Don't let me get started ! ! !) Deep breaths. camomile tea and lots of light classical music help . . . well, a bit, anyway. Smiles.ReplyDelete
How frustrating! Hackers....jeeesh, wish they would get out and do something useful with their brains and time. I feel for you! Hope it all works out soon. I think you found me already...smiles...ReplyDelete
How frustrating Audrey ~ I would be bummed too if this happened to me ~ReplyDelete
Take care ~
I don't know if my comment went through....anyway, I'm very sorry for the way your life was invaded.ReplyDelete
How frustrating Audrey, can't understand why anyone would do such a thing, just went through something similar. Take care, Lisa.ReplyDelete
oh, bleep. bleep, bleep, bleep. sorry to hear ~ReplyDelete